This Columbia, Enameled, 8" SALAD PLATE is older than the other salad plates that are part of the set that is in my store, I believe. The griffins are a much brighter gold and the W 595 is only written in red ink in the under-glaze instead of being printed with the rest of the back-stamp as in the other china.
I am listing a lot of pieces of this wonderful set of china----"Columbia", Enameled by Wedgwood, with a center design. It is a very opulent pattern with great colors in hand painted enameling under the glaze. The ground is white with a center design of floral surrounded by gold griffins. The rim has an alternating pattern of gold griffins and florals, and a dark green band on the edge. The pattern is W 595. It was in production from 1924-1997. There are dinner plates, salad plates, cups and saucers, rimmed soups, a sugar, a creamer, an oval open vegetable dish, a large oval serving platter, and a teapot.
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